Many office workers do not like to exercise because of the working environment or their own reasons. Occasionally exercise is also sweaty at ordinary times. Many people regard exercise as hard work. However, the benefits of exercise can not only keep you in shape, but also help men prevent impotence!
But the benefits are not just these. According to the latest research, exercise is also very helpful for men's sexual life. According to a large-scale study conducted by Dr. Goldenstein of Boston Medical University, a man who consumes at least 200 calories through exercise every day has a much lower probability of impotence than those who do not exercise.
The study took nine years and involved nearly 600 men. None of the 600 subjects had sexual dysfunction at first. Then Dr. Goldenstein tracked the lifestyle of these people and focused on some factors traditionally considered to be related to impotence, such as smoking, alcohol abuse, inactivity and overweight. The results showed that the probability of impotence was lower in men with exercise habits.
After entering middle age, many middle-aged men have stable jobs and are married. They lose the habit of sports without maintaining their external image; Or if you think you don't smoke or drink, your weight is still standard, and your body has nothing wrong, you don't exercise. But when the topic involves "sexual function", there may be few men who still hold indifferent attitudes. Dr. Goldenstein believes that the results of this study may lead some men to start exercising.
Exercise can avoid cardiovascular disease and impotence, which is actually the same principle, which is related to whether there is enough blood to flow to the required organs. Because exercise can keep blood vessels unblocked. In fact, impotence can be seen as an early warning of cardiovascular disease, because when the blood in the body cannot be unblocked, the reaction is more obvious in the state of penile erection.
In the United States, one quarter of men over 65 years of age suffer from impotence. Some people take Viagra to improve the problem of the inability to congestion of the penis. According to statistics, on average, one Viagra is consumed every three seconds, but taking Viagra is not the cure after all. The correct method should be to prevent in advance, not to seek medical treatment everywhere after impotence.
There are many types of sports. It is not necessary to go to the gym. Walking is also a good exercise. The only inappropriate exercise is "cycling", because it will increase the probability of impotence.
Moderate exercise helps prevent impotence
Exercise is not only good for your heart, but also good for your sexual function. American researchers found that regular and moderate exercise can prevent impotence.
Dr. Owen Goldstein of the Boston University School of Medicine and his researchers found through a large long-term study that men who consumed at least 200 calories per day through exercise were less impotent than men who were less active, and the amount of exercise was equivalent to "exercising" a can of coke, about two miles of brisk walking.
For more than nine years, Dr. Goldstein and his colleagues tracked and investigated 600 men who did not have impotence at first. They observed the factors related to impotence in these men's lifestyle - smoking, severe alcoholism, too little exercise and obesity. They found that impotence is less common among people who are active. The amount of exercise consumed is about 863 joules (200 calories) per day, equivalent to walking 3000 meters.
Dr. Goldstein wrote in the recently published Journal of Urology: "This discovery is of great significance. Men can reduce the risk of impotence even when they start exercising in middle age.". The mechanism of exercise to prevent impotence is the same as that of preventing heart disease. Impotence and heart disease are both caused by insufficient blood flow in one organ of the body. Exercise helps to smooth blood vessels. Moreover, impotence may actually be an early warning signal of cardiovascular disease, because the penis is more sensitive to the reduction of blood flow than the heart.
Exercise can help prevent impotence and exercise can prevent cardiovascular disease. The penis cannot erect without enough blood. The penis is more sensitive to blood flow reduction than the heart, so impotence can be a more early signal of cardiovascular disease. One quarter of the elderly over 65 years old have impotence. Although "Viagra" is effective, it is important to treat symptoms rather than root causes, and improve cardiovascular function.